Laughing with the Stars
fewthistle:

Weiser’s Book Store. 4th Avenue, New York City. 1940s.
Photographer: Andreas Feininger

fewthistle:

Weiser’s Book Store. 4th Avenue, New York City. 1940s.

Photographer: Andreas Feininger

wehadfacesthen:

Fabulous photo of Rita Hayworth
via beauty-of-classique-cinema

wehadfacesthen:

Fabulous photo of Rita Hayworth

via beauty-of-classique-cinema

msmildred:

"Step Lively", 1944.

msmildred:

"Step Lively", 1944.

dontletsaskforthemoon-tcm:

ingrids-august-rain:

cadams46:

Is it weird to love the way Judy waves?

Nope! I have ALWAYS adored it!!


She’s the cutest thing.

bizarrelosangeles:

"I had to present my life and myself to the press and to my new bosses, and you know how many other bosses you have in a studio when you are under contract. Your hairdresser has to like you. And your dressmaker has to like you. It isn’t hard to do, but when you get complications, it adds to the job." — Mae Clarke on being signed to Fox Studios in 1929.

bizarrelosangeles:

"I had to present my life and myself to the press and to my new bosses, and you know how many other bosses you have in a studio when you are under contract. Your hairdresser has to like you. And your dressmaker has to like you. It isn’t hard to do, but when you get complications, it adds to the job." — Mae Clarke on being signed to Fox Studios in 1929.

je-randolf:

publicity photo for “Love Letters”  1945 - JENNIFER JONES

je-randolf:

publicity photo for “Love Letters”  1945 - JENNIFER JONES


"I just hope… that we do live way beyond the years God gives us on earth. And that way, we can have Saturday night, every weekend… Don’t laugh and applaud and think it means nothing. Believe me, God is listening all the time and he is listening to see if he can catch you doing something you shouldn’t be doing. And please God, every one of you will do what you’re suppose to do, better than you’re supposed to be able to do it. And that you have a wonderful old age, and for God’s sake, don’t make fun of it. It’s very important, and it is a very important life that is coming to each one of you, and me too… And ask to go to heaven and not to hell and to have a wonderful old age in heaven. And that you really obey." 
 - at age 93, Maureen O’Hara wishes her fans to have a wonderful life, a wonderful old age, and most importantly for God to bless us. Interviewed by Robert Osborne in April, 2014.

"I just hope… that we do live way beyond the years God gives us on earth. And that way, we can have Saturday night, every weekend… Don’t laugh and applaud and think it means nothing. Believe me, God is listening all the time and he is listening to see if he can catch you doing something you shouldn’t be doing. And please God, every one of you will do what you’re suppose to do, better than you’re supposed to be able to do it. And that you have a wonderful old age, and for God’s sake, don’t make fun of it. It’s very important, and it is a very important life that is coming to each one of you, and me too… And ask to go to heaven and not to hell and to have a wonderful old age in heaven. And that you really obey." 

 - at age 93, Maureen O’Hara wishes her fans to have a wonderful life, a wonderful old age, and most importantly for God to bless us. Interviewed by Robert Osborne in April, 2014.

wehadfacesthen:

Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes in Flight Lieutenant  (Sidney Salkow, 1942)

wehadfacesthen:

Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes in Flight Lieutenant  (Sidney Salkow, 1942)
screengoddess:

IDA LUPINO 1938

screengoddess:

IDA LUPINO 1938


John Wayne in Stagecoach (1939)

John Wayne in Stagecoach (1939)

cinematicfinatic:

Myrna and Cary during filming of Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House.- 1948.

cinematicfinatic:

Myrna and Cary during filming of Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House.- 1948.

viviensleigh:

Dodge City (1939)


Clark Gable and Joan Crawford photographed for Dancing Lady by George Hurrell, 1933.

Clark Gable and Joan Crawford photographed for Dancing Lady by George Hurrell, 1933.